Props will not be adding VST (TRUST ME & HERE IS WHY) Win-Win situation, regardless.
Today I decided to go more in depth and read as much as I could about Record for the very first time, and as soon as I got to the main product page, this hit me:
Upon reading that statement, I am now convinced that Propellerhead will not be adding the support much of you (including myself) would have liked. It's obviously stated and I've accepted this fact. You all should too.
If anything, this is why the rewire function was developed.
At least now I'll be able to do my quick remixes and projects using Propellerhead software and not have to worry about Protools slowing up on me while crafting my mix.
Main reason I would've liked VST support in Record was because I was thinking from an audio engineering's perspective (which I also am), but as soon as that statement dawned on me, I felt as if Props was definitely talking to me.
Nevertheless, its a win-win situation thanks to the rewire capability. as another member stated, "users always complained about Reason not having the ability to import/work with audio", so now that Props has gone to lengths this far, we should indeed cherish it and use it to our advantage.
Well, that's my 2¢.
"16 barz a day, keeps the wackness away" -Emye
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